Apple is gearing up to launch some of its most anticipated products of the year as the attention shifts from the iPhone to the Mac.
Stories by Michael Simon
Apple's first event of the fall came with a ton of anticipation, heaps of hype, and oodles of exciting rumours. But nothing was really new.
According to notes emailed by Steve Jobs in late 2010, an iPhone nano was among the projects Apple was working on.
With just weeks to go before iOS 15 arrives, Google is finally getting on board with some of the best features of iOS 13 and iOS 14.
Apple's silicon transition is set to kick into gear with M1X and M2 processors along with a Mac Pro chip that could be the fastest processor ever made.
Microsoft unveiled the next version of Windows this week and it takes a lot of inspiration from macOS. But there are some features Apple should borrow.
Apple has released iOS 12.5.4, which patches security flaws for older iPhones and iPad but hasn't pushed the fixes for iOS 14 yet.
Jon Prosser has released renders and some new details about the upcoming iPad mini, and it looks like the tablet of our dreams.
A new report in Bloomberg says Apple is planning to update the iPad and iPad mini this year, with a new iPad Pro arriving in 2022.
Google is rolling out new privacy controls in Android 12, but you won't find anything about app tracking.
A report by Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple's work on its own 5G modem won't be ready for the iPhone until at least 2023.
Apple has awarded optical tech maker II-VI $410 million to aid in the delivery of future iPhone components. But Apple is likely thinking much bigger.
Google announced on World Password Day that it is enabling two-factor authentication on all Google accounts. Apple should do the same.
Apple has hired former Google AI research scientist Samy Bengio to help improve Siri.
Apple has reportedly begun production of the next-generation of Apple silicon due later this year.